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PUC seeks $4.5M from Met-Ed for death of Northampton man

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is seeking $4.53 million in civil penalties from Metropolitan Edison Co. over the death of Thomas Poynton, a Northampton County man, according to a July 23 news release. Poynton was killed on July 26, 2016, when a high-voltage conductor, owned and operated by Met-Ed, fell into the backyard of his home on Royal Manor Road in Easton. 

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First steps for planning a second-act career

While the traditional view of retirement may have once been spending the later years of life relaxing on a golf course or gardening, today’s executives and business owners (especially those who are baby boomers) are increasingly less content with the prospect of days filled with leisure activities alone.

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